My bathroom!It had swan faucets and a profusion of pink. There was a small balcony with french doors and more molding than I thought could fit in a hotel room. We had a meeting and stopped for a spot of tea, but then it was off for a couple hour walk around the city with my boss.
One of the desserts had gold leaf on it.We saw the Eiffel Tower (duh!), some crazy museum with a gold cap and a moat around it.
It's obligatory, but that's OK.
I enjoyed the shaped hedges without leaves and this building with a vertical garden as walls.
We went to the Saint Germain area and saw European life at it's best. Street cafes, vendors cute little shop windows (sadly Lauduree was closed by the time I found it) and a general sense of public life.
We ate at a less crowded place down the way, but the vibe of the St. Germain was great.
We found a cute little joint and had some supper, it wasn't amazing, but the atmosphere was great and so was the rose. Then there was the lovely view of a purple sky from my balcony that night.
The next morning I went for a run, with my iPhone handy, I had tunes, took some pictures and just enjoyed every second of it.
The Seine in the morning.
Sweaty and super happy!Then it was a quick breakfast in my room of eggs benedict with shaved black truffle on top and some lovely berries with mint before heading off to Riyadh.
Not bad for a day, huh?!
I say that's PRETTY awesome =)
Paris looks wonderful. Sorry your time there was so short and sweet. Yes, the Eiffel Tower is obligatory.
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